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  1. I use a lot of wood ashes in my compost. It's extremely beneficial for sprouts or anything trying to take root. Early Native Americans used to burn whole fields because it made them more fertile the next spring.
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  2. Hey Dust.... Coal or char coal comes from plants... there is one contradiction. Here is another for you. coal has nice amounts of phosphorous and some sulfer ( higher grade coal has more but we don't need large amounts) from the composition i would assume that the absorption of small amount would be fairly quick, lasting a few weeks at most i think. same i would consider for coal ash, one must consider with burning coal that you are polluting the air alot with it with isn't always the best trade off. go ahead question this simple path (dead plant matter + centuries and pressure = peat +decad
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